PC speaker still sounding without "pcspkr" module... (Arch)
I just did an update on my Arch Linux system, and among other annoyances, the PC speaker is sounding again. pcspkr is blacklisted in /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist and "rmmod pcspkr" tells me "ERROR: Module pcspkr does not exist in /proc/modules" but the ruddy thing is still beeping.
I do notice that it's not beeping as much as if pcspkr were active. It seems to be mainly in GIMP when I'm selecting files, so maybe it's a GTK thing? But it used to be that getting rid of the pcspkr module silenced all PC speaker beeps and isn't that how it should be? What more do I have to do now to get it through to my PC that it should only be making sounds via the headphones?
Barring any software solution, I wouldn't be averse to finding and destroying the hardware component (actually this would be nice if possible, as this has been a source of constant aggravation with having to disable it on every new distro/install and so on), but last time I tried I couldn't figure out where it was and didn't want to damage anything important in the process... the big speaker that I cut the wires to a long time ago seems only to have been connected to sound card sound.
Rant over. Please advise.